Jacinta has captivated audiences with her one woman cabaret show. This is a performance not to be missed.
Jacinta's career began when she was chosen to play the title role in the original production of Annie at the Victoria Palace Theatre in London’s West End alongside Sheila Hancock & Stratford Johns. She then originated the role in her native Dublin to great acclaim.
A child star in Ireland, she spent her childhood & teenage years working in all aspects of theatre, appearing on every variety show for RTE television & radio, alongside Colm Wilkinson & Johnny Logan & toured the USA with the World famous Jury’s Irish Cabaret.
Jacinta has starred with the RTE Concert Orchestra in numerous concerts & televised Proms, most notably in Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber’s one woman show Tell Me On a Sunday and as Mary Magdalene in Jesus Christ Superstar.
She hosted her own television series Jacinta and more recently was celebrity judge & mentor for RTE TV’s Fame the Musical and Starsearch.
Jacinta has starred in the West End as Eponine in Les Miserables (Palace Theatre) a role she also played at The Point Theatre, Dublin and the Edinburgh Playhouse on the first UK tour. She played Ellen in Miss Saigon (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane) and Linda in Blood Brothers (Phoenix Theatre) and appears on the 1995 London and International Blood Brothers cast albums with Petula Clark and David Cassidy. She has also played Giuilietta in Aspects of Love and Rizzo in Grease.
Jacinta was featured in Sir Cameron Mackintosh’s Les Miserables 10th Anniversary concert at the Royal Albert Hall and appears on the DVD / CD recordings.
Jacinta has headlined both White Christmas and the Jingle Bell Christmas concert for many years at the Royal Albert Hall, Glasgow Concert Hall, NCH Dublin, Symphony Hall Birmingham and The Bridgewater Hall Manchester and has wowed audiences worldwide in concert with many of the world’s leading orchestras; The Melbourne Symphony, The Gothenburg Symphony, Bergen Philharmonic, Icelandic Symphony, Royal Philharmonic of Flanders, Lithuanian National Symphony, The Ulster Orchestra, Royal Scottish National, Bournemouth Symphony, The Royal Philharmonic, BBC Concert Orchestra, and the CBSO in West End to Broadway, The Musical World of Bond, Beatlemania, Queen Symphonic Spectacular, The ABBA Symphonic Celebration and Symphonic Rock.
For BBC Radio 2’s Friday Night Is Music Night with the BBC Concert Orchestra, she starred in the 50th Anniversary broadcast of West Side Story, the broadcast of Once Upon A Time & Tomorrow to celebrate composer Charles Strouse’s 80th birthday, The 25th Anniversary Les Miserables concert and was the featured soloist in Call Me When You’re In Something, which won the 1989 Montreaux Golden Rose. Her film credits include My Left Foot, The Commitments, The Lilac Bus and A Green Journey.